On Thursday 13 December, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex were delighted to welcome members of the Porsche Owners Club from Region 23 for their annual Christmas party.
The Centre hosted over 100 members for the festive celebration with the 911 Soundbar from the Porsche Masterpiece collection providing the ambience with a variety of festive music-both modern and classic. The Direct Dialogue Bay was turned into the catering area with a tasty and warming chilli provided by local caterer Deborah Shorter.
The Porsche Shop was available for guests to purchase any last-minute gifts, with accessories from the Textile Collection being a crowd favourite. A charity raffle was held in aid of Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance, with over £1000 being raised for the cause.
Centre Principal, Andrew Crabb was on hand to welcome guests and discuss the recent Centre refurbishment. Porsche Club Regional Organiser Martin Woolger also addressed guests with news from Region 23 of the Porsche Owners Club.
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